Commences at sundown September 20th.
Nursing deadline for providing a Quebec address through Minerva for OIIQ immatriculation. N.B. this address can only be provided to the OIIQ by McGill University.
The Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course was established by the American College of Surgeons to provide a concise approach to assessment and management of the priorities in multiply injured patients.
At the Montreal General Hospital, the course is taught over two days and is accredited for Continuing Medical Education. The course consists of pre and post course tests, lectures, case presentations and practical experience. Only physicians are eligible for ATLS certification. The courses are limited to 24 participants.
An exhibition of student work from the Summer 2016 Wilfred Truman Shaver Scholarship trip to Japan (Profs. Ricardo L. Castro & Michael Jemtrud). Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Fermissage: Thursday 21 September at 5:00 p.m.
Information session about the Network and Information Security Upgrade for McGill Local Area Network (LAN) Administrators.
Location: Burnside Hall, room 201
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. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done. Each month you will hear one McGill scientist explain “how” they did “science”.
How I used optics to devise a better test for malaria
By Paul Wiseman (Physics, McGill)
The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law welcomes Yannick Lécuyer, Lecturer, University of Angers, France, and a collaborator at the René Cassin Fondation.
Nicholas Chamandy, PhD
Statistics at Google and Lyft
Friday, September 22,
1001 rue Sherbrooke W
ALL ARE WELCOME
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McGill University's Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country including First Nations, Métis and Inuit. The week also offers an opportunity to collaborate with community partners and draws active participation from McGill students, faculty and staff.
The week is organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office at McGill University.
Colloquium Introduction and Welcome
Prof. Eric Lewis, Director, Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) and Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy
Prof. Hank Knox, Associate Professor, Early Music, Harpsichord
Alexis Hauser, artistic director
Amy Hillis, violin, Winner of the 2016-2017 McGill Concerto Competition
Katherine Dowling, piano
CLAUDE CHAMPAGNE Hercule et Omphale poème symphonique
CLAUDE CHAMPAGNE Danse villageoise
WITOLD LUTOSŁAWSKI Partita for Violin and Orchestra (featuring Amy Hillis)
JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68